Chettinadu – Palani – Trichy Temples
Chettinad is a region almost centrally located in the Southern Indian State of Tamilnadu. Its a culturally and historically important region famous for its unique cuisine, temples, agriculture and architecture. Sightseeing trips to Thirumayam Fort, Chettinad Bungalows, The Athangudi Tile Factory, Athangudi Mansion, Saree Weaving Center, Antique Market at Karaikudi&Pillayarpatti Temple. Palani has been mentioned as the 3rd ‘PadaiVeedu’. The idol of the Lord Muruga was created by sage Bogar (Siddha). Includes: Pick up from Trichy International Airport Drop to Trichy International Airport
Navagraga Temple – Experience Spirituality
A pilgrimage tour is always a blessing for those who are on a constant search for spirituality. Navagraha tour package makes the travellers experience the Hindu traditions of worshipping deities in the forms like trees, animals, mountains and celestial bodies. The Navagraha temples abodes to the nine celestial bodies.
Trichy – Tiruchendur–Navathirupathi
Trichy is the geographic centre of Tamil Nadu. It was capital of Chola and Naicka kings for many centuries. The most prominent historical monuments in Tiruchirappalli include the Rockfort, the Ranganathaswamy temple at Srirangam and the Jambukeswarar temple at Thiruvanaikaval. Tiruchendur is a panchayat town at the southern tip of India. It is famous for the temple of Lord Muguran, TiruchendurMurugan Temple which is located on the site of the battle between Lord Murugan and the demonSurapadman. It is one of the six major abodes, or sacred temples, of the…
ARUPADAI VEEDU MURUGAN TEMPLES AND SIVA PANCHA BOOTHA STHALAM
The ArupadaiVeeduare six temples dedicated to Lord Murugan situated in Tamil Nadu. The six abodes are Thiruthani(Subramanya Swamy Temple), Swamimalai(Swaminatha Swamy Temple), Palani (Dandayuthapani Swamy Temple), Pazhamudircholai(Subramanya Swamy Temple), Thirupparankunram (Subramanya Swamy Temple) and Thiruchendur (Subramanya Swamy Temple).The god is known by different names such as Kartikeya, Skanda, Vadivela and Muruga at various temples. PanchaBhootaStalam refers to five temples dedicated to Shiva, each representing a manifestation of the five prime elements of nature: land, water, air, sky, and fire. Four of the temples are in Tamil Nadu and one is…
Shakti-Yatra (2-5) days
The Shakti Peethas (holy places of cosmic power) are places of worship dedicated to the goddess ‘Shakti’. The great king Daksha Prajapati did not invite his daughter ‘Sati’ (who was married to Lord Shiva) to the yaga, Sati wants to attend the yaga and when she attended the yagano body cared for her and she felt insulted by the actions of her parents and scarified herself at the place of yagna. Lord Shiva went to the spot and taken the body of sati from the fire and started dancing ‘Tandava’…
Chinnamastika Devi (Chintpurni)
The Chintpurni Shakti Peeth houses the temple of Chinnamastika Devi or Chinnamasta Devi. It is one of the 7 major and 51 total Shakti Peethas surrounded by the western Himalaya in the north and east in the smaller Shiwalik (or Shivalik). It is believed that if you ask something from the Devi with an honest heart, your wish will be granted.
Jawalamukhi is a Shakti Peeth that means flame mouth is probably the most ancient temple discussed besides Vaishno Devi. It is mentioned in the Mahabharata and other scriptures. There is a natural cave where eternal flames continue to burn, some say there are nine flames for the nine Durgas. Several schools of Buddhism also share the symbolism of a seven-forked sacred flame.
Chamunda Devi Temple
Chamunda also known as Sachchi Mata, Chamundi, Chamundeshwari or Charchika, is a fearsome aspect of the Devi,the name is a combination of Chanda and Munda, two monsters whom Chamunda killed. In the temple, the main image is visible from the main entrance. The main shrine is adored by the images of Lord Bhairav and Lord Hanuman on its sides. These lords are considered as the guards of the Goddess There is a cave-like scoop located at the back of the temple, representing the stone lingam ( embodiment of Shiva).
Baijnath Shiva/Vaidyanatha Temple
Sri Baijnath temple is one of most famous temple of lord Shiva in Himachal Pradesh. It is known as Kiragrama. This temple is the most magnificent monument in Kangra Valley. Baijnath temple was established in 1204 A.D by two brothers, named Ahuka and Manyuka in devolution to Lord Vaidyanatha. It is believed that during the TretaYug, Ravana have invincible powers worshiped lord Shiva in the Kailash. In the same system, he offered his ten heads in the havankund. Influenced by this peculiar act of the Ravana, not only the…